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Terrell Owens Cut By IFL's Allen Wranglers

It just keeps getting worse for Terrell Owens.

In recent months the former Cowboys wide receiver has gone public with the revelation he has lost almost all of the $80 million he amassed in a 15-year NFL career and appeared on the Dr. Phil show to confront the mothers of his children. Now, a new low.

Owens has been released by the Allen Wranglers of the Indoor Football League for refusing to play in two upcoming road games and no-showing a team function at a children's hospital.

Owens has also lost his 30 percent stake in the team for breach of contract, according to the team's owner, Jon Frankel.

Now 38, Owens continues to express his desire to return to the NFL, but that's looking less and less likely.

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